August 29, 2021

Hinduism and Monotheistic Religions

This volume comprises the largest collection of Shri Ram Swarup’s writings ever published between two covers. The book includes critiques of Christian and Islamic thought from a Hindu perspective and suggestions on how Hinduism can be practiced in modern times in tune with its deeper spiritual teachings. It also incorporates several short articles and book reviews written for various newspapers and magazines.

3 Comments on “Hinduism and Monotheistic Religions

Jagpaul Sharma
September 12, 2021 at 1:55 am

Great initiative, there is need to develop an umbrella under whose ageis, Santana Dharma is promoted not only to showcase its philosophy of ‘Ahimsa Parmo Dharma’ but its strong Doctorines of eliminating the persons and beliefs going against Sanatan humanism. Groups who can sacrifice the whole life for eliminating those spreading hatred against Santana (Hinduism) Dharma need to be constituted

Narasimha Prakash
September 10, 2021 at 10:46 am

The Global Hindu Conference 2021 is a great move and is a badly needed move at the current time when the Christian-Islamic-Leftist Marxist combination has been trying their best to defame Hinduism with all wrong interpretation of Hindu scriptures and demonizing the Hindu Gods and Goddesses.
Although the panel of speakers chosen are all of great stature and would deliver the best inputs in the Conference, I would have liked inclusion of many prominent practitioners of Hinduism who were earlier born & brought up as Christians. You should have included people like David Frawley from the USA who is a prolific speaker and written books about Hinduism, Mataji Parama Karuna Devi from Italy who is the Founder & Director of Jagannatha Vallabha Vedic Research Center, Orissa, Stephen Knapp from the USA who has written many books on Hinduism, Sri Rama Ramanuja Acharya who is Sydney based, an Australian but adapted Hinduism and has written many books/articles on Hinduism and on comparative religions, Francois Gautier, a French who is a journalist and has written several books on Hinduism. All these people could tell the world why they chose Hinduism and bring about their experiences being practitioners of Hinduism. This is only my humble suggestion.
Wishing all the very best for the Global Hindu Conference 2021

September 9, 2021 at 5:57 pm

Are Christianity and Islam so weak , they teach their adherents that they will go to heaven only , if they believe in these religion only! What happens if one believe in other god? Do they go to hell ? Why is thier god so weak, to create all the other people in the world , that he has no control over?
Which of these religions is right×, they both can’t be right?
Are their gods so weak, both Christians and Islamists, have to indiscriminately kill inocent people in the name of thier respective gods. (e.g. 9/11 /Afghanistan etc… and in Christianity in the name of god they did the slave trade but have become sufisticated destroyed everything in countries like India, African continent, Red Indian in America). There are many atrocities that they have committed in the name of thier gods , even in present times…
Is it this weakness the reason for violence and attacking other religions?


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